Major Car Wash Equipment Company Contracts With EnviroClean Technologies For Pilot Program

Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from EnviroClean Technologies, LLC

    MIAMI, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- EnviroClean Technologies, LLC, the
 developers of ECT-2000, the next generation water disinfectant products,
 announces that it has entered into an agreement with a major car wash
 equipment company to conduct a pilot program utilizing EnviroClean's
 wastewater treatment product -- ECT-2000W -- in their car washing facilities.
 ECT-2000W is non-toxic, less-corrosive, environmentally safe, and would
 replace the use of chlorine.
     The car wash equipment company has been in operation for over 30 years
 servicing and selling supplies to over 500 car wash facilities.  They are the
 exclusive distributors for Ryko, the largest manufacturer of car wash
 equipment and the providers of a full line of car wash accessories in North
 America.
     Douglas Smith, chief operating officer of EnviroClean said, "We are
 delighted that this car wash equipment company agreed to conduct this pilot
 program. It is important that the car wash industry finds an effective
 alterative to both ozone and chlorine, but most particularly chlorine."
     According to Smith, "The use of chlorine is haphazard in the car wash
 industry because there are no guidelines for how much to use. While it seems
 to work fairly well for a few days, it needs to be utilized over and over,
 which can cause problems with equipment and plumbing."
     "The serious environmental issues about chlorine are being brought to
 light now," he continued. "It's only a matter of time before the industry
 finds that it must turn to alternatives like ECT-2000, which don't harm
 equipment or the environment."
     A recent article entitled "Keep Chlorine Out of the Pits," by Deborah
 Moore, News Editor of Carwashing and Detailing Online, stated that, "Chlorine
 can be hard on equipment and the environment and may have health
 consequences...it stands to reason chlorine is responsible for extra equipment
 maintenance and repairs, especially on pumps, seals, plumbing and heat coils."
     "The use of chlorine is not yet regulated in the car wash industry, some
 operators may find their sewer discharge permits limit the quantity of
 chlorine and chlorine byproducts they can have in their discharge."
     For further information on EnviroClean Technologies and/or on ECT-2000
 D/W, contact Douglas Smith at (954) 771-2874 or dsmith@envirotech.com. For
 product ordering information call Lucie Lawford at (954) 771-2874 or
 info@envirotech.com. Web site: www.envirotech.com.
 
 

SOURCE EnviroClean Technologies, LLC
    MIAMI, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- EnviroClean Technologies, LLC, the
 developers of ECT-2000, the next generation water disinfectant products,
 announces that it has entered into an agreement with a major car wash
 equipment company to conduct a pilot program utilizing EnviroClean's
 wastewater treatment product -- ECT-2000W -- in their car washing facilities.
 ECT-2000W is non-toxic, less-corrosive, environmentally safe, and would
 replace the use of chlorine.
     The car wash equipment company has been in operation for over 30 years
 servicing and selling supplies to over 500 car wash facilities.  They are the
 exclusive distributors for Ryko, the largest manufacturer of car wash
 equipment and the providers of a full line of car wash accessories in North
 America.
     Douglas Smith, chief operating officer of EnviroClean said, "We are
 delighted that this car wash equipment company agreed to conduct this pilot
 program. It is important that the car wash industry finds an effective
 alterative to both ozone and chlorine, but most particularly chlorine."
     According to Smith, "The use of chlorine is haphazard in the car wash
 industry because there are no guidelines for how much to use. While it seems
 to work fairly well for a few days, it needs to be utilized over and over,
 which can cause problems with equipment and plumbing."
     "The serious environmental issues about chlorine are being brought to
 light now," he continued. "It's only a matter of time before the industry
 finds that it must turn to alternatives like ECT-2000, which don't harm
 equipment or the environment."
     A recent article entitled "Keep Chlorine Out of the Pits," by Deborah
 Moore, News Editor of Carwashing and Detailing Online, stated that, "Chlorine
 can be hard on equipment and the environment and may have health
 consequences...it stands to reason chlorine is responsible for extra equipment
 maintenance and repairs, especially on pumps, seals, plumbing and heat coils."
     "The use of chlorine is not yet regulated in the car wash industry, some
 operators may find their sewer discharge permits limit the quantity of
 chlorine and chlorine byproducts they can have in their discharge."
     For further information on EnviroClean Technologies and/or on ECT-2000
 D/W, contact Douglas Smith at (954) 771-2874 or dsmith@envirotech.com. For
 product ordering information call Lucie Lawford at (954) 771-2874 or
 info@envirotech.com. Web site: www.envirotech.com.
 
 SOURCE  EnviroClean Technologies, LLC